Pierluigi Matera is Full Professor of Private and Comparative Law (SSD IUS/02) and, as such he teaches Comparative Legal Systems (Degree Course in Law) and Commercial Law (Degree Course in International Business Administration) at Link Campus University, Rome.
He is Director of the IDEMS - Institute of Sports Law and Management -, as well as President of the Observatory on Blockchain, at Link Campus University.
He is a Member of the Board of Directors of the Research Doctorate in "New Technologies and Frontiers of Law, Economy and Society" at Link Campus University, Rome. He was a member of the teaching staff of the Research Doctorate in "European and Global Market Law. Crisis, rights and Legislation" at La Tuscia University in Viterbo up until March 2019. He also taught in the Research Doctorate in "Comparative and Civil Law" at the University of Salerno.
In 2004, he was appointed Research Doctor in Comparative and Civil Law.
He is a lawyer authorised to practice before all higher courts, and a member of the Rome Bar. As of 2019, he is a member of the Sports Law Commission of the Rome Bar.
Furthermore, he was appointed by the government (DPCM 2 January 2018) Extraordinary Commissioner of the public institution AeCI up until 4 January 2019; he is a member of the CONI National Council; Deputy Extraordinary Commissioner of the FIH; Deputy Attorney General for Sports for the CONI; as well as ad acta Commissioner for the statutory and regulatory amendments of more than Federations and DSA.
Moreover, he was appointed by the National Board of the CONI Member of the new Technical Working Group on Sports Law; as well as Member of the new Technical Group for the harmonization of the guiding principles of the CONI, and other federal Statutes and Regulations; co-ordinator of the Working Group on sport professionalism; member of the Consultative Commission for the reform of Sports Law (CONI) - which also had the goal of drafting the Code of Sports Justice currently in force.
As of 2007, he was visiting professor, researcher and fellow at various international Universities, such as the Queen Mary University of London – Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), and the University of Cambridge.
In 2007 he was also appointed responsible and member of research groups funded by Universities and Public Institutions. He is a member of Management and Scientific Committees for various Magazines, such as Comparazione e Diritto Civile (scientific magazine, Range A, Area 12).
He organized and participated in various national and international conferences and seminars. He authored monographies, essays and articles for various scientific magazines in comparative, corporate and bankruptcy law.
The professor is available to receive the students at the end of the lessons. However, the students may also request an appointment by email.